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Rethinking economics

A highly respected macroeconomist says a regime change in economics is needed to haul the country out of austerity and ensure long-term growth Macroeconomist Michael Kitson of Cambridge Judge Business School compares the current global recession to the Great Depression…

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2012 kitson rethinking economics

The myth of monetarism

With a stagnating economy and rising inflation, we need an urgent change of policy and a coherent strategy for growth In a new podcast interview for Cambridge Judge Business School's expert comment series, Michael Kitson, Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics…

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Banking on innovation

As world leaders pin their hopes on innovation to 'jump-start' their economies, there's a stark warning that it could take decades Economist Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, is warning that innovation is…

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Dr Simon Taylor, Professor Colin Lizieri, John Kelting: The future of finance

Financial systems, real estate markets and the changing face of banks - how smart regulation can stimulate these interlinked sectors Three leading financial experts have given their verdict on how likely the finance market, the housing market and the banks…

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The future of finance

It’s the economy, stupid

Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, considers the effectiveness of the economic policies of the three main parties to continue Britain's recovery. He warns of the dangers of a quick deficit cut, why the…

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2010 podcast kitson economy

The economic crisis and the crisis in economics (INET Conference)

In April 2010, the conference "The Economic Crisis and the Crisis in Economics" brought together economists from all over the globe to King's College Cambridge, the home of the father of economics John Maynard Keynes. Just as importantly these economists…

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2010 podcast inet economic

Elizabeth Corley, Allianz Global Investors: Humbling the arrogant

The global credit crisis nearly destroyed the world's banking systems. Back then the "arrogant" bankers gambled with our money; now a new investment ethos means the "humble" will succeed, believes Elizabeth Corley, CEO of Allianz Global Investors Europe.…

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Crisis, what crisis?

Dr Christos Pitelis, Reader in International Business & Competitiveness, says every crisis is an opportunity. Greece maybe the focus of attention now for the Eurozone, but there are lessons for all to learn. Austerity, he says, is the new buzz…

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2010 podcast pitelis crisis

Does the balance of payments matter?

The UK is in the red, we've borrowed and borrowed, and continue to do so, but Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics, warns it can't go on. We must get the balance of payments to balance again and…

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2010 podcast kitson balance

That was the year that was 2009

It all began with the collapse of the sub-prime housing market in America, and the rest, as they say, is now history. The 2008 and 2009 recession saw consumption fall for the first time in 20 years, and that slow-down…

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2009 podcast thatwastheyearthatwas2009